Love those Christmas trees Shirley!I've got a few of the Infusions and they are a little grungier than the Brusho's.I suppose it's a case of horses for courses. :)
Gorgeous cards! Jo x
Gorgeous stenciled trees Shirley. Great CAS design too. TFS my friend. Hugs, Nancy
This is just so beautiful...what a wonderful Christmas tree.
Wow! They are absolutely beautiful and elegant CAS Christmas Tree cards! I need to try brusho!
These trees are gorgeous! Love them
So beautiful Shirley. I do love my brushos, and look forward to trying the infusions as well. :) xx
Beautiful coloring!Thanks for Playing along at Christmas Card Challenges.
Striking and so gorgeous, Shirley ... the variations in colour on both are fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)
Amazing card, love the CAS design and stunning watercolours image.Thanks for playing along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.Hugs,Caryn xxx
That tree is just stunning! love it!Thanks for joining us at The Christmas Card Challenges!
Gorgeous! Love that tree! :)Thanks for sharing it over at Christmas Card Challenges!
I know I'm really late, but I just saw these spectacular cards and I am weak-kneed with love!! There is a new company on the Powder Scene? And you like them better? What?! I don't think I wanted to know this, but I have to admit the color you have achieved here is tremendous!! Hugs, Darnell
Love the bled in colors.
came across this via pinterest - love this card
sorry what colour infusion did you use here ?really lovely
Debbie, I sprinkled a few colours in: The Sage, A Bit Jaded, Black Knight, and I think some Emerald Isle and/or Lemoncello.
thanks stunning colour i have brushos but may need to invest in infusions
ooops infusions just fell into my shopping basket - thank you for all the help
Enjoy playing with them :)
Shirley - Lovely card! Have you done a video showing how you got such sharp lines in the outline of the tree without getting bleed under the stencil, but the colors inside the tree are blended. - Ellen Barner
Haven't done a video, Ellen - maybe next time. It's all about type of card, how heavily you spritz with water, and how long you leave it to soak. I just used my ordinary cardstock for these two. The second card was left to soak a bit longer. I've also had good results with mixed media card.